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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INSECT-RESISTANT PACKAGING, 1913-69 



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Agricultural Research Service 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INSECT-RESISTANT PACKAGING, 1913-69 

By Henry A. Highland and C. E. Metts 

Stored- Product Insects Research Branch 

Market Quality Research Division, Agricultural Research Service 

U. S. Department of Agriculture 

Savannah, Ga. 



Insect- resistant packaging is a fairly recent development brought about by signifi- 
cant breakthroughs in research and technology. Reports on the problem of insects 
infesting packaged foods and on the development of insect- resistant packaging are 
found in a wide variety of publications because so many phases of food processing, 
food packaging, shipping, warehousing, storing, and retailing are involved. Also in- 
volved are insect- control and sanitation programs and the safe use of chemical insecti- 
cides and repellents. We hope that this bibliography will save time and money for 
prospective investigators and packagers by making available a comprehensive view of 
the present status of insect- resistant packaging as well as by furnishing numerous 
leads for profitable lines of inquiry without duplication of effort. 

The bibliography was completed in March 1970; it includes all articles found in 
the literature search. Call numbers following the citations are those used in the 
National Agricultural Library. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY 

1. Anonymous. 

1955. insect control in food packages. Jour. Agr. Food Chem. 3(12): 991. 
381 J8223. 

2. 



1955. preventing insect attack on packages. [ Report of a lecture by 

Miss D. M. Evans.] World's Paper Trade Rev. [ London.] 144(3): 213. 
302.8 W89. 



3. 



4. 



1958. new developments in insect-proof food wrappers. Food Trade Rev. 
XXVIII(4): 37. 389.8 F7334. 



1963o new insect- proof package, U.S. Dept„ Agr. Agr. Mktgo 8(4): 4-5< 
A2^.38 Ag8. 

.3 



5. ______ 

1963. (summer) protecting citrus pulp from insects^ Cyanagrams 10(2): 18-21. 

381 Am 392 o 



1964. new carton construction said to control insect infestation and sifting. 
Pacl<aging 32(4): 25. 

7, _______ 

1964. preventing insect infestation through multiwall bags. Food Processing 
25(7): 114-116. 389.8 F7325. 



1965. technological break-through in packaging material for flour at savannah 
center. Amer, Miller and Processor 93(4): 8-9. 298.8 Am 32. 

9. Arnold, K. A. 

1955. insect repellency in multiwalls. Mod. Packaging 28(12): 120, 121; 194, 
196. 309.8 M72. 

10. ______ 

1955. insect repellent coatings for multiwall paper bags. TAPPI 38(6): 326-328. 
302,8X162. 

11. Atkins, W. G. , and Greer, E. N. 

1953. the storage of flour in jute bags treated with insecticides. Jour. Sci. 
Food Agr. 4(3): 155-160. 382 So 12. 

12. Bartos, J., Trnke, M. , and Novak, M. 

1960. protection of packaging materials from the penetration of insects. Obaly 
6(2): 34-38. f Pub, in Czech.] 280.33 OBI. 

13. Block, S. S, 

1951. protection of paper and textile products from insect damage. Indus. 
Engin. Chem, 43(7): 1558-1563. 381 J825. 

14. Brooke, J. P. 

1961. the treatment ot food packaging materials with pyrethrins and piperonyl 
butoxide for the protection of pacl<a,ged products from insect infestation. 
Pyrethrum Post 6(1): 14-22. 421 P99. 

15. ______ and Lomax, P. H. 

1967. protection of packaged foods from insects. Food Processing & Mktg. 
36(424): 13-15. 389.8 F738. 



16. Burton, L. V. 

1949. infestation prevention in containers, Canad., Food Indus. 20(6): 25, 27. 
286.83 C166. 

17. Butterfieid, D. E., Parkin, E. A., and Gale, M. M. 

1949, the transfer of DDT to foodstuffs from impregnated sacking. Jour. Soc. 
Chem. Indus, 68: 310-313, 

18. Chakraverti, I. B. 

1955, insect- proofing of jute bags for storage of food grains. Textile Digest 
XVI(2): 81-85, 304.8 T3153. 

19. Chamberlain, W. F. , and Hoskins, W. M. 

1949o the toxicity and repellence of organic chemicals toward termites, and 
their use in termite- proofing food packages, Hilgardia 19(9): 285-307. 
100 C12H. 

20. Chazin, J. D. 

1969. quantitative gas- liquid chromatographic analysis for piperonyl butoxide 
in insect repellent treated paper. TAPPI 52(3): 414-418. 

21. Collins, H. E. 

1961. protecting quality by packaging — perfectly sealed packages deny insects 
entry. Candy Indus, Confectioner's Jour. 117(4): 23-24, 26, 31. 
389.8 C168. 

22. 



1963. new data on insect infestation. Mod. Packaging 37(2): 132-135, 195. 
309,8 M72. 



23. 



1963, some tips for pest controllers on how food packaging affects insect 
invasion. Pest Control 31(10): 26-29. 449.8 Ex8, 



24, Cotton, R, T. 

1944. protection of stored and dried processed foods and seed supplies from 
insect attack. Jour, Econ. Ent, 37(3): 380-384, 421 J822. 

25, 



1946. the insect problems of dried food storage, Inst, Food Technol. 1945 
Proc, 6: 49-53, 



26. 



1961. infestations in packaged foods. Northwest. Miller 265(4): 28-30, 
298,8 N81, 



27. Frankenfeld, J. C. , and Strickland, W. B. 

1949. insect- proofing cotton bags. U.S. Dept. Agr, Bur. Ent. Plant Quar. 
Ser. E-783. [Mimeographed.] 

28. Frankenfeld, J. C, and Strickland, W. B. 

1949. insect- repellent cotton bags: treatment of cloth with new non- toxic 
insecticides shows great promise. Mod. Packaging 23(3): 126-127. 
309.8 M72„ 

29. Cueto, C, and Dale, W. E» 

1953. colorimetric determination of pyrethrins, allethrin, and furethrin. 
Analyt. Chem. 25(9): 1367-1369. 381 J825A. 

30. Dal Monte, G. 

1969. tests on the resistance of some plastic packing films to attack by 
granivorous insects. Ministero Dell'Agricoltura E Delle Foreste, 
Roma. 50 pp. [ Italian with English summary,] 

31o Davey, P. M., and Amos, T. G. 

1961. testing of paper and other sack materials for penetration by insects which 
infest stored products. Jour. Sci. Food Agr. 12(3): 177-187. 382 Sol2. 

32. Davis, D. F. , and Laudani, H. 

1956. long-term insecticide tests. Mod. Packaging 29(7): 236-240, 332, 334, 
337, 338. 309.8 M72. 

33. Dennis, P. O. 

1962. insect infestation. Food Processing and Packaging 31(367): 131-133. 

34. Despaul, J. E. 

1955. army prevents infestation of cellophane wrapped rations. Food Technol. 
9(5): 18 of Technol. program and abstract, 389.8 F7398. 

35, 



1957. penetration of protective coverings by insects. Jour, Milk and Food 
Technol, 20(4): 100-104. 44,8J824, 

36. Dickinson, B. C., and Incho, E. J. 

1960. insect- proofing of food packaging materials. _In H. H. Shepard, Methods 
of Testing Chemicals in Insects, v. II. pp, 120-130. Burgess Pub. Co., 
Minneapolis. 423 Sh4M. 

37. Edwards, D. G. 

1955. some factors affecting the laboratory testing of packages for resistance 
to boring insects. TAPPI 38(6): 341-347. 302,8 T162. 



38. Edwards, F. I., and Cueto, C. 

1952. estimation of pyrethrins on coated paper bags. Anal}^;. Chem. 24(8): 
1357-1359. 381 J825A. 

39. Essex, C. D., and Shelton, J. H. 

1956. insect pests of cereal products. Food [ London.] 25 (293): 55-58. 

389.8 F738. 

40. Essig, E. O. 

1945. insects: their relation to packages and packaging materials. 
Mod. Packaging 18(11): 135, 141, 192. 309.8 M72. 

41. Hoskins, W. M. , Linsley, E. G. , and others. 

1943. a report on the penetration of packaging materials by insects. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 36(6): 822-829. 421 J822. 

42. Hoskins, W. M. Linsley, E. G. , and others. 

1944. penetration of packaging materials by insects. Mod. Packaging 17(11): 
109-113. 309.8 M72. 

43. Evans, D. M. 

1962. the prevention of insect damage to packed food. World's Paper Trade 
Rev. [ London.] 158(19): 1618. 302.8 W89. 

44. Frings, H. 

1948. inorganic salts as repellents for package- penetrating insects. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 41(3): 413-416. 421 J822. 

45. Gerhardt, P. D. , and Lindgren, D. L. 

1954. penetration of packaging films. Calif. Agr. 8(6): 3-4. 100 012 Gag, 

46. and Lindgren, D. L. 

1954. penetration of various packaging films by common stored- product insects. 
Jour. Econ. Ent. 47(2): 282-287. 421 J822, 

47. and Lindgren, D. L. 

1955. insect penetration of films. Mod. Packaging 28(8): 216-219. 309.8 M72. 

48. and Lindgren, D. L. 

1955. penetration of additional packaging films by common stored-product 
insects. Jour. Econ. Ent. 48(1): 108-109. 421 J822. 

49. Goodwin- Bailey, K. F., and Brooke, J. P. 

1960. the treatment of wrapping materials for food- stuffs with pyrethrum and 
piperonyl butoxide for protection against insect infestation. 
IVth Internatl. Cong. Crop Protect. Proc. Sect. 2. 2(2): 1761-1767. 

464.9 In832P. 



50. Gray, H. E. ' 

1952. packaging of cereals and some chemical treatments to increase resistance 
to penetration by insects. Amer. Assoc. Cereal Chem., Trans. 10(1): 
50-58. 

51. ■ 



1955. premix food packages and some chemical treatments to reduce penetration 
by insects. TAPPI 38(6): 329-333. 302.8 T162. 

52. Henock, R. L. 

1964. minneapolis mill and u.s. navy provide proving ground for flour-pack 
technique. Amer» Miller & Processor 92(11): 2i-23. 298.8 Am32. 

53. 



1964. minneapolis mill and u. s. navy provide proving ground for flour packing, 
part II. Amer. Miller & Processor 92(12): 7-9. 298„8 Am32. 

54. Highland, H. A. 

1967. resistance to insect penetration of carbaryl- coated kraft bags. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 60(2): 451-452. 421 J822. 

55. Byrd, R. V. , and Secreast, M. 

1968. effect of ethylene vinyl acetate on the migration of piperonyl butoxide from 
coatings of synergized pyrethrins on kraft paper. U.S. Agr, Res. Serv. 
ARS 51-28, 10 pp. 

56. _^ Davis, D. F. , and Marzke, F. O. 

1964. insectproofing multiwall bags. Mod. Packaging 37(12): 133, 184, 136, 
137, 138, 195. 309o8 M72. 

57. and Guy, R. H. 



1969. insect resistance of polypropylene film overwrap on cigarette packages. 
Tobacco 169(9): 23-25. 286^89 T552. 

58. Guy, R. H. , and Laudani, H. 

1968. polypropylene vs. insect infestation. Mod. Packaging 41(12): 113-115. 
309.8 M72. 

59. _^ and Jay, E„ G. 

1965. an insect- resistant film. Mod. Packaging 38(7): 205, 206, 282. 309.8 M72. 

60. Jay, E. G. , Phillips, Mo, and Davis, Do F. 

1966. the migration of piperonyl butoxide from treated multiwall kraft bags into 
four commoditieso Jour. Econ. Ent. 59(3): 543-545. 421 J822. 



61o Mangum, E. L. , and Schoenherr, W. H. 

1970, values of insect- resistant cotton bags in overseas shipments examined. 
Northwest. Miller 277(3): 8-12. 

62o Secreast, M. , and Merritt, P. H. 

1968, po l5rviny lid ene- coated kraft paper as an insecticide barrier in insect- 
resistant packages for food. Jouro Econ. Ent, 61(5): 1459-60. 421 J822. 

63. Secreast, Mo, and Merritt, P. H. 

1970. packaging materials as barriers to piperonyl butoxide migration. 
Jour. Econ, Ent. 63(1): 7-10. 

64. Hill, E. G. 

1963. treatment for insects and mites in sacks. Milling [ Liverpool,] 
CCXXXXI(24): 657-658, 298.8 M622. 

65. Huge, T. L. 

1959. bars insects from packages. Food Engin. 31(11): 62-63, 389.8 F737. 

66, 



1960. barring insects from packages. Biscuit Maker and Plant Baker [ London,] 
11(11): 972, 974, 389.8 B54, 

67. Incho, H. H. , Incho, E. J,, and Matthews, N, M, 

1953, insect- proofing paper. Jour. Agr, and Food Chem, 1(20): 1200-1203. 
381 J8223. 

68. Inwang, E. E., and Morrison, F. O, 

1963, note on an apparatus for testing insect-proofed packaging materials. 
Phytoprotection [Quebec] 44(1): 51, 52. 464.8 P566, 

69. Iyengar, N. V. R., Sharangapani, M, V,, and Pingale, S, V. 

1958, packaging wheat flour in laminated jute bags. Food Sci. [ Mysore,] 
7(12): 357-360, 389.9 M99. 

70. Jewett, H. H., and Price, W. A, 

1951. protecting stored corn from grain insects by bags impregnated with DDT. 
Ky. Agr, Expt. Sta. Bui, 571, 8 pp, 100 K41, 

71. Jirkovska, M., and Ondrejka, J. 

1960. insecticides in the packaging techniques. Obaly 6(1): 23-28. 

72. Jones, H, A., Kerbey, G. F, , and Incho, E. J, 

1952. insect-proofing of paper. Thirty- eighth Mid- Year Meeting Chem. Spec. 
Mfrs, Assoc, Proc, , pp, 94-96, 307,9 04 2. 



73, Kenan, R. Ho 

1959. insect repellent treatments for packaging applications (condensed), 
Mfrs. Confectioner XXXIX(5): 43-45. 389,8 M31. 

74, Khalsa, H. G. 

1964. insect- proof bags for foodstuffs. Labdev. Jour, Sci. Tech. 2(1): 3 pp. 

75, Lai, Rattan, Srivastava, P. D,, and Dhar, P. 

1960. efficacy of insecticide impregnated jute bags against Sitophilus oryzae 
Linnaeus (Cur culionidae: Coleoptera). Indian Jour, Ent. [New Delhi.] 
XXn (HI): 204-210. 420 In23. 

76, Landrock, A. H. 

1950. stored food product insects and their relationship to packaging problems. 
[ Unpublished M.S. thesis, copy on file Boston University,] 

77, Laudani, H. 

1957. insect infestation of packaged commodities and its prevention, 
Feedstuffs 30(3): 14-16, 286.81 F322. 

78, 



1958. three questions concerning insects in packages. Northwest. Miller 
259(7): 16-17. 298.8 N81. 



79< 



1963, protection of food from insect damage during long-term storage. 
Food Technol. 17(12): 50-53. 389,8 F7398. 

80, and Davis, D. F. 

1955, the status of Federal research on the development of insect- resistant 
packages, TAPPI 38(6): 322-326, 302,8 T162. 

81, Davis, D. F. , and Swank, G. R, 

1955. a laboratory method of evaluating the repellency of treated paper to 
stored-product insects. TAPPI 38(6): 336-341. 302.8 T162, 

82, Davis, D. F. , and Swank, G, R, 

1958. improved packaging methods can cut insect infestation. Mod. Sanit, Bldg. 
Maintenance 10(3): 17-21. 

83, Davis, D. F. , and Swank, G, R. 

1958. product sanitation at point of sale or use, Amer. Miller and Processor 
86(4): 30, 32, 40, 42. 298,8 Am32. 



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84. Davis, D, F., Swank, G. R, , and Yeomans, A. H. 

1956. dried citrus pulp insect problem and its possible solution with insecticide- 
coated paper bags. Fla. State Hort. Soc. Sixty-ninth Ann. Meeting Proc. 
69: 191-195. 81 F66. 

85. Highland, H« A., and Jay, E. G. 

1966. treated bags keep corn meal insect-free during overseas shipment. 
Amer. Miller and Processor 94(2): 14-19, 33o 298.8 Am32. 

86. Lavers, C. G., and Jacobs, E. T. 

1955. package construction for insect resistance. The British Packer 17(4): 
312, 314, 342. 

87. Linsley, E. G. 

1944. protection of dried packaged foodstuffs from insect damage. Jour. Econ. 
Ent. 37(3): 377-379. 421 J822. 

88. Loschiavo, S. R. 

1969. effects of the antifeeding compound AC-24055 (4'- (3, 3-dimethyl-l- 

triazeno)acetanilide) on the survival, development, and reproduction of 
some stored- product insects. Jour. Econ. Ent. 62(1): 102-107. 
421 J822. 

89. Majumder, S. K. , Krishnarao, J. K. , and Sethumadhavan, H. G. 

1961. insect- proofing of gunny sacks for grain storage. Res. & Indus. 6(11): 
391-393. 

90. and Pingale, S. V. 

1955. impregnation of jute bags with lindane: some physico-chemical aspects. 
Jour. Sci. Indus. Res. 14B(6): 298-301. 

91. Mallis, Arnold, Esterlin, W. E., and Miller, A. C. 

1961. keeping german cockroaches out of beer cases. Pest Control 29(6): 32-35. 

449.8 Ex8. 

92. Marzke, F. O. 

1959. resistance of drums and barrels containing nonfat dry milk to insect 
invasion. U.S. Dept. Agr. Mktg. Res. Rpt. 307, 9 pp. lAg 84Mr. 

93. Mathen, K. , Mathew, J., and Kurian, C. 

1968, multiwall paper sacs as possible barriers against entry of insect pests of 
copra in storage. Jour. Food Sci. Technol. 5(4): 195-197. 

94. Mathlein, Rolf. 

1967. laboratory trials with chemical repellents against stored- product pests. 
Natl. Inst, for Plant Protect. Contrib. [Sweden.] 13(112): 447-468. 

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95. Merton, Sir Thomas, 

1956. on a barrier against insect pests. Royal Soc„ Proc. [ London.] , 
Series A 234(1197): 218-220, 501 L84B. 

96. Michelbacher, A, E. 

1947. insects. , .and how to control them; more data from the berkeley study 
of package pests and the storage conditions which favor growth. 
Mod, Packaging 20(5): 143-45, 170, 172. 309.8 M72. 

97. Misra, J. N. 

1951. assessment of effectiveness of jute sacking treated with insecticides 
against insects. Jour, Sci. Indus. Res. 10B(3): 67-72. 475 J82. 

98. Muthu, M, , and Pingale, S. V. 

1955. control of insect pests in grains stored in insecticide impregnated jute 
bags. Jour. Sci. Food Agr. 6(10): 637-640. 382 S012. 

99. National Archives and Record Service, General Services Administration. 

1966. piperonyl butoxide and pyrethrins in the outer ply of multiwall paper bags. 
Federal Register 31(171): 11608-11609. Sept. 2. 

100. 



1968. piperonyl butoxide and pyrethrins f on cotton bags] . Federal Register 
33(89): 6867-6868. May 7. 

101. Packaging Materials Testing Committee. 

1947, insect resistance of packages, paper, and paperboard. Tech, Assoc, 
Pulp Paper Indus. No. T 473 M47, 2 pp. 302 T22T. 

102. Pali, N. S. 

1960. studies on jute bag impregnation for the control of gramnivorous insects. 
Indian Jour. Ent, [ New Delhi.] XXII (EI): 211-213. 420 In23, 

103. Parker, W. B. 

1913, a sealed paper carton to protect cereals from insect attack. 
U.S. Dept. Agr, Bui. 15, 8 pp. 

104. Parkin, E. A. 

1948. ddt impregnation of sacks for the protection of stored cereals against 
insect infestation, Ann. Appl. Biol. 35(2): 233-242. 

105. Passlow, T. 

1959. bag treatment to control pests of hooded sorghum. Queensland Jour. 
Agr. Sci. 16(3): 245-248. 23 Q37, 



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106. Pingale, S, V. 

1953. impregnation of jute bag containers with insecticides for protecting 
stored food-stuffs: I-efficacy of piperonyl butoxide-pyrethrins. 
Indian Jour. Ent„ [ New Delhi.] XV (IV): 343-351. 420 In23. 

107. ________ 

1955. impregnations of jute bag containers with insecticides for protecting 
stored foodstuffs. H- efficacy of lindane. Indian Jour. [New Delhi.] 
XVII (HI): 259-306. 420 In23o 

1^^' ___»_ ^^^ Majumder, S, K. 

1955. impregnation of jute bags for the insect-free storage of foods. Mysore 
Central Food Technol. Res. Inst. Bui. IV(4): 83-86. 389.9 M99. 

109. Proctor, B. E., and Sluder, J. C. 

1942. resistance of packaging materials to insect penetration. Annual Report 
on QM Contract. Food Technol, Lab, Mass, Inst, Technol, Sect. XI, 
pp. 208-211. 

110. and Sluder, J. C, 

1943. testing of packaging materials for properties of resistance to penetration 
of insects. Annual Report on QM Contract. Food Technol. Lab. Mass. 
Inst, Technol, Sec, XI, pp. 263-274, 

111. Ramakrishnan, C, and Na ray ana sw amy, P, S. 

1964. studies on storage of cholam in impregnated jute gunnies, Madras Agr. 
Jour. 51(4): 178-180. 2M262, 

112. Reumuth, H. , and Loske, To 

1960. moth damage to cellulose films and "mothproof plastic film bags. 
(Abstract) Inst. Paper Chem. Bul„ 31(2): 173, [In German,] 

113. Rice, R. I. 

1955, the development of an insect resistant folding carton. TAPPI 38(6): 
333-336. 302,9 T22T. 

114. Rosoff, H. D. 

1943. the evaluation of food packaging materials from the standpoint of pro- 
tection against insects, [ Unpublished S.B, thesis. Copy on file Dept, 
Biologj/, Biol, Engin, , Mass, Inst, Technol., Cambridge, Mass.] 

115. Russell, Ho G. , Jr, 

1965. budocks investigation of flour infestation points to encouraging results. 
Navy Civil Engin. 6(3): 21-22, 



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116. Schreiber, A. A., and McClellan, D. B. 

1952. determination of insecticide residues, analysis of flour from pyrethrum- 
treated cotton bags. Analyt. Chem. 24(7): 1194-1195. 381 J825A. 

117. Scott, H. G. 

1962. how to control insects in stored foods„ parti. Pest Control 30(12): 

18-28. 449.8 Ex8. 

118. ______ 

1963. how to control insects in stored foods, part 2. Pest Control 31(1): 

24-34. 449,8 Ex8. 

119. Sivik, F. P., and Kulash, W. M. 

1956. treated cloth bags to control the rice weevil in corn. Jour. Econ. Ent. 
49(1): 64-65, 421 J822. 

120. Smit, Bernard. 

1955. pyrethrum- treated bags for the protection of grain and meal. Jour. Ent. 
SoCo So. Africa 18(2): 266-272, 

121. Solomon, M. E. 

1959. pests in packaging, weight loss from infestation. Food [ London.] 
28(329): 43-45, 52. 389,8 F738, 

122. Sreenathan, V. R. 

1961, insect versus packaging. Food Sci, [Mysore.] 10(4): 94-95, 
389.9 M99. 

l^*^* _____„ and Iyengar, N. V. R. 

1960. insect resistant packaging. Food Sci. [Mysore.] 9(4): 130-133, 
389,9 M99, 

124. Iyengar, N. V. R., Narashimhan, K. S. , and Majumder, S. K. 

1960, studies on the insect resistance of packaging materials- — cellulose and 

polyethylene films. Food Sci. [ Mysore,] 9(6): 199-202. 389.9 M99, 

125. " Narashimhan, K. S., Rao, A. R. V., and others. 

1963. insect resistance of stitched seams. Packaging Rev. 83(4): 30-32, 

126. Stracener, C. L. 

1938. control of insect pests of milled rice by improved storage bags. Jour. 
Econ. Ent. 31(6): 687-688. 

127. Swank, G. R,, Davis, D. F. , and Gertler, S. I. 

1957, N-pentylphthalimide as a repellent for possible use on insect- resistant 
packaging. Jour, Econ. Ent. 50(4): 515-516, 

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128. Thomson, A. G. 

1950. insect proofing for packaged foods. Canad. Food Indus. 21(11): 37, 39. 
286.83 C166. 

129. United States Department of Agriculture. 

1959. laboratory evaluation of promising compounds as repellents to flour 

beetles, tribolium spp. U.S. Dept. Agr. Mktg. Res. Rpt. 324, 46 pp. 
1 Ag84Mr. 

130. 



1964. supplement 1 to laboratory evaluation of promising compounds as 

repellents to flour beetles, tribolium spp, U.S. Dept. Agr. Mktg. Res. 
Rpt. 324, 46 pp. 1 Ag84Mr. 



131. 



1965. film packages foil insects. UoS. Dept. Agr. Agr. Mktg. 10(4): 12-13. 
A280.38 Ag8. 



132. Van Horn, W. M. 

1952. testing insect resistance [ of fibrous packaging materials] . Fibre 
Containers and Paperboard Mills XXXVII(l): 60-62. 286.8 F44. 

133. 



1955. insect resistant packaging: the background of the problem. TAPPI 38(6): 
321-322. 302.8 T162. 

134. Verdcourt, B. 

1947. insecticidal barriers. Mod. Packaging 21(3): 150-153. 309.8 M72. 

135. ________ 

1947. packaging parasites; insecticides, combinations of materials, design 
of package, prepacking treatment and careful storage are means of 
combating insect attacks. PATRA Jour. 10(1): 6-11. 309.8 M72. 

136. Viado, G. B., and Labadan, R. M. 

1958. ddt treatment of sack containers for the control of storage insects of 
corn. Philippine Agr. XLI(8): 450-459. 25 P542. 

137. Watters, F. L. 

1949. insect- proofing flour sacks. Ent. Soc. Manitoba P roc. [Winnipeg.] 
5(1): 11-12. 420 En88. 

138. 



1958. value of cotton and jute flour bags in reducing infestation by the hairy 
spider beetle, ptinus villiger (reit.). Cereal Chem. 35(4): 317-321. 
59.8 C33. 



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139e 

1966. protection of packaged food from insect infestation by the use of silica 
gel. Jour., Econ„ Ent. 59(1): 146-149. 

140. Williams, H. L„ 

1956c isolation of piperonyl butoxide from oils, fats, and waxes. Jour„ Assoc. 
Off. Agr„ Chem. 39(4): 975-980. 



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